Auburn Alehouse "Steal the Glass" Night (Sacramento)







On Wednesday, October 29th, starting at 6:00pm, we are doing a "steal the glass" night with Auburn Alehouse! Buy a beer and keep the glass! (One per person.) img-man Prospector Jesse Martin will be here to mingle and pass out swag and the following beers will be available:

Gravedigger Black IPA Gold Country Pilsner Gold Digger IPA Oktoberfest Marzen PU 240 Nitrogen Imperial IPA


Buy Your Davis Bike and Brew Fest Tickets

DavisBikeandBrewFest2014-1482942-regularde Vere's Irish Pub and Sudwerk Brewery invite you to the Davis Bike and Brew Fest, August 16th at Central Park in Davis. You’ll get access to taste beers from over 60 breweries, including  Track 7, Rubicon, Bike Dawg, Auburn Ale House, Firestone Brewery and many, many more. You’ll also get to grub on incredible food from local food trucks and restaurants and enjoy live music from Arden Park Roots. Tickets are only $30 for a limited time—and all proceeds benefit The United States Bike Hall of Fame—so buy yours today!


Sacramento Beer Week Oskar Blues/Breckenridge Flight Night





Sacramento Beer Week Oskar Blues/Breckenridge Flight Night

Sunday, March 2

de Vere's Irish Pub Sacramento


$25 per flight

Oskar Blues used Breckenridge whiskey barrels to age three of their biggest beers—and we’re giving you the chance to try all of them PLUS a taste of the Breckenridge whiskey itself. You’ll also get to chat up reps from both Oskar Blues and Breckenridge to get more insider info on the brewery, distillery and all things Colorado.

The featured Oskar Blues beers are:



Ten Fidy Imperial Stout 10.5%






Gubna Imperial IPA 10.0%




gknight ale


G'Knight Imperial Red Ale 8.7%





Sacramento Beer Week Firestone Walker Rare Beer Event





Sacramento Beer Week Firestone Walker Rare Beer Event

Thursday, February 27

de Vere's Irish Pub Sacramento



We will be featuring three of the rarest beers available outside of the Firestone Walker—and will be welcoming one of the brewers, Jeffers, to the pub for the event! For $30, you will receive a 6-oz Firestone Walker tulip glass and a punch card that gives you access to all three beers. You can enjoy the beers in any order you like and take your glass home as a gift.  

The featured Firestone Walker beers are:



Sucaba Barrel Aged Barley Wine 13.0%

A true English Barley wine.  Big boozy bourbon and American oak aromas combine with soft chocolate malt undertones. Complex malt flavors framed in oak with hints of dark chocolate, vanilla, toasted coconut, and a touch of dark cherry.



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Parabola Barrel Aged Russian Imperial Stout 13.0%

Bold bourbon, tobacco, and espresso aromas and a hint of American oak greet the nose. Rich, chewy roasted malts, charred oak, and bourbon-like vanilla fill the palate and create a seamless finish.



The third beer in our lineup will be kept as a surprise until we get closer to Beer Week. Normally, this beer doesn't leave the brewery and will have the only keg in Sacramento!

Bourbon Month Specials Menu

It's the most wonderful time of the year! National Bourbon Month (September) has arrived, and we're serving up some amazing specials to celebrate! From drinks to eats to beer & bourbon pairings, we're offering you multiple ways to experience some of our favorite bourbons. But be sure to act fast! In a couple of weeks, we'll be swapping out these specials for new Bourbon Month treats.

Which specials will you be trying first?

Bourbon Month

Spotlight: de Vere's Craft Beer Program

19740_1332869039132_7204357_nMeet Jayme Hansen, the man behind de Vere's craft beer program. He's in charge of selecting and acquiring the amazing and unique brews we have rotating on tap in the back bar. He also knows a LOT about beer. Here, Jayme reveals his favorite craft beers, how his passion started, and more. Drink up the knowledge!
-When you're selecting craft beers, what do you look for?
There are many factors including the seasons, availability, and how approachable they are.  Sometimes they're obscure, sometimes they're from around the corner. The most important part is being able to talk about it, and get people excited to try things you've never had before.
-What was the inspiration for starting the craft beer program at the pub?
It was simple: We wanted to further our ability to share our passion for great ales and lagers.
-Where are the craft beer taps located, and how many do you have going at a time?
The bulk of the taps are at the back bar underneath our whiskey wall.  We have six rotating handles back there and five on our main tap system.
-What are some of your favorite craft beer events that you've helped put on at the pub? 
Last year we got a special keg of Firestone Walker's Anniversary Ale and Chef prepared a Foie Gras Burger to accompany the beer.  THAT was amazing.
-What craft beer events are you looking forward to?
We are working on some bourbon and beer pairings for National Bourbon Month in September.
craft beer board-How did you get into beer and where does your passion for beer come from?
Once I started waiting tables, I quickly learned I would need to know what I was talking about, whether it be food or drink. So I started taking home a different 22oz or 6 pack every day after work. Slowly but surely I knew BevMo's inventory as well as the employees. I started homebrewing beer shortly after that, and it's been a going strong ever since. It has turned into one of those things I cannot stop learning about.
-What are some of your all-time favorite beers?
Allagash - Curieux, it's a Belgian style Tripel aged in Jim Beam Barrels. Every time I have it I am amazed.
-What are your favorite craft beers for summertime consumption?
Always an evolving answer, but currently I would say Firestone Walker Pivo Pils, Anderson Valley Cerveza Crema, and almost any Mexican Lager.
-What are your top 3 favorite places for craft beer in Sacramento?
Pangaea, The Shack, and believe it or not Tower Liquor on Broadway, they get crazy good stuff under the radar!

How To Pour A Pint of Guinness

 How To Pour A Pint of Guinness

Why don't people understand that a Guinness needs to be poured in a two stage process? You need to let it settle in order to enjoy the beverage with a good head on it, one that follows you through the entire pint! The Head should leave rings down the side of your pint glass. Don't argue with me over the bar when we are busy, try arguing with decades of tradition. If you didn't know, that this is why the bartender puts the pint down for a minute, well then now you know, and I will forgive you. However, if you know this and you just think your right, well then may God have mercy on your soul for messing with something so perfect! Put down your blackberry, put away the keys to your sports car, and relax. Enjoy life with your friends in a nice environment and stay awhile. Not everything needs to be done in such a rush. Furthermore, no one should ever serve a pitcher of Guinness so don't ask! If you do pour from a pitcher you loose out on the experience of being able to drink from underneath the foam. This is an art form so kick back and watch perfection happening right in front of you. Stop asking people to rush your pours, if you want a fast beer drink a bottled beer of some sort. If you still don't want to take my word for watch the movie I posted here.